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Select Committee Business

21 December 1999 to 24 December 1999

Committee meetings

There were 15 committee meetings, all in the parliamentary complex.

Reports presented (1)

Business

Report on the Recommended Sitting Programme for 2000

Bills referred to select committees

The Electoral (Integrity) Amendment Bill was referred to the Justice and Electoral Committee with a report back date of 30 March 2000.

The Accident Insurance (Transitional Provisions) Bill was referred to an ad hoc committee (the Committee on the Bill) with a report back date of 29 February 2000.

Committee notes

Each of the 13 subject committees, the Regulations Review Committee and the Committee on the Bill (Accident Insurance (Transitional Provisions) Bill) were established and held their first meetings. Three meetings (Commerce, Education and Science, and Government Administration) were adjourned without having elected a chairperson. Committee memberships (and chairpersons and deputy chairpersons, if decided) are listed below.

Commerce

Kevin Campbell, Steve Chadwick, David Cunliffe, Hon Ruth Dyson, Gerry Eckhoff, Warren Kyd, Dr Lockwood Smith and Pansy Wong.

Committee on the Bill (Accident Insurance (Transitional Provisions))

Sue Bradford, Peter Brown, Gerry Brownlee, Kevin Campbell, Helen Duncan (Deputy Chairperson), Hon Ruth Dyson, Graham Kelly (Chairperson), Dr Wayne Mapp, Mark Peck, Hon Ken Shirley and Dr Lockwood Smith.

Education and Science

Donna Awatere Huata, Hon Brian Donnelly, Helen Duncan, Liz Gordon, Judy Keall, Mark Peck, Dr Nick Smith and Maurice Williamson.

Finance and Expenditure

Max Bradford, Clayton Cosgrove, David Cunliffe, Rod Donald, Hon Peter Dunne (Deputy Chairperson), Bill English, Rodney Hide, Winnie Laban, Mark Peck (Chairperson), Rt Hon Winston Peters, John Tamihere, John Wright and Annabel Young.

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

Chris Carter (Deputy Chairperson), Harry Duynhoven, Marie Hasler, Graham Kelly (Chairperson), Keith Locke, John Luxton, Ron Mark, H V Ross Robertson and Rt Hon Simon Upton.

Government Administration

Tim Barnett, David Carter, Grant Gillon, Winnie Laban, Rt Hon Don McKinnon, Lindsay Tisch, Anne Tolley and Dianne Yates.

Health

Hon Phillida Bunkle, Steve Chadwick, Rt Hon Wyatt Creech, Dr Paul Hutchison, Judy Keall (Chairperson), Sue Kedgley (Deputy Chairperson), Damien O'Connor and Dr Lynda Scott.

Justice and Electoral

Tim Barnett (Chairperson), Kevin Campbell, Stephen Franks, Janet Mackey, Ms Nanaia Mahuta, Dr Wayne Mapp, Mita Ririnui, Tony Ryall (Deputy Chairperson), Clem Simich and Nandor Tanczos.

Law and Order

Peter Brown, Taito Phillip Field (Deputy Chairperson), Hon Parekura Horomia, Janet Mackey (Chairperson), Brian Neeson, Jill Pettis, Simon Power, Hon Ken Shirley, Tony Steel and Hon Judith Tizard.

Local Government and Environment

David Benson-Pope, Georgina Beyer, Jeanette Fitzsimons (Chairperson), Martin Gallagher (Deputy Chairperson), Ann Hartley, Owen Jennings, Murray McCully, Jill Pettis, Eric Roy and Richard Worth.

Maori Affairs

Joe Hawke, Willie Jackson, Hon Doug Kidd, Ms Nanaia Mahuta, Dr Wayne Mapp, Mahara Okeroa, Hon Richard Prebble, Mita Ririunui, John Tamihere (Chairperson) and Georgina te Heuheu.

Primary Production

Shane Ardern, Georgina Beyer, Clayton Cosgrove, Ian Ewen-Street, Martin Gallagher, Phil Heatley, Gavan Herlihy (Deputy Chairperson), Damien O'Connor (Chairperson), Hon Tariana Turia and R Doug Woolerton.

Regulations Review

David Benson-Pope, David Cunliffe, Ann Hartley, Marie Hasler, Hon Doug Kidd (Chairperson), Richard Worth, Dianne Yates (Deputy Chairperson) and Annabel Young.

Social Services

Sue Bradford, Helen Duncan, Taito Phillip Field (Chairperson), Liz Gordon, Dr Muriel Newman, Mahara Okeroa (Deputy Chairperson), Jill Pettis, Katherine Rich, Bob Simcock and Belinda Vernon.

Transport and Industrial Relations

Gerry Brownlee, Harry Duynhoven (Chairperson), Willie Jackson, Damien O'Connor, Simon Power, Roger Sowry (Deputy Chairperson), Penny Webster and Dianne Yates.

Closing dates for submissions on bills

Committees are receiving submissions on the following bills with the closing date shown:

Committee on the Bill

Accident Insurance (Transitional Provisions) (31 January 2000)

Health

Criminal Justice Amendment Bill (No.7) (29 February 2000)

Intellectual Disability (Compulsory Care) Bill (29 February 2000)

Misuse of Drugs Amendment Bill (No.4) (29 February 2000)

Justice and Electoral

Electoral (Integrity) Amendment (25 February 2000)

Statutes Amendment (No. 7) (25 February 2000)

Law and Order

Crimes Amendment Bill (No. 6) of Friday, 3 March 2000

General

You can find further information about select committees on our web site at www.clerk.parliament.govt.nz.


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